Curly hairstyles medium length 2015

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20+ Short Haircuts for Curly Hair 2014 – 2015

Hey curly haired ladies! Sometimes you feel boring from curly hair because it’s hard to handle. But we are here for you! If you want to try short hair cuts, let’s check these great 20+ Short Haircuts for Curly Hair 2014 – 2015. These hairstyles most popular short curly hairstyles 2015. We always keep searching newest styles and most popular trends, and bring them together for you.

Short hairstyles always being a life savior, because long hairstyles are out of fashion and if you have long hair, you have to spend your hours on the mirror. And when you have no time, these hairstyles are becoming a great idea for you. Let’s check these cuts, you can find here long bobs, inverted curly bob cuts, layered and asymmetrical short curly hairstyles and more… Check them out:

1. Short Haircut for Curly Hair 2014

Best Short Haircuts for Curly Hair 2014

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2. Curly Short Red Hairstyle 2014

Curly Short Red Hairstyles 2014

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3. Short Dark Curly Haircut 2014

Short Dark Curly Haircuts 2014

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4. Short Hairstyle for Curly Hair 2015

Short Hairstyles for Curly Hair 2014 2015

5. Short Hair for Curly Hair 2015

Short Haircut for Curly Hair 2015

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6. Short Bob Haircut for Curly Hair 2015

Short Hair for Curly Hair 2015

7. Bob Haircut for Curly Hair 2015

Bob Haircuts for Curly Hair 2014 2015

8. Trendy Short Bob for Curly Hair 2015

Trendy Short Bob Haircuts for Curly Hair 2015

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9. Inverted Short Bob Haircut for Curly Hair 2014

Inverted Short Bob Haircuts for Curly Hair 2015

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10. Cute Asymmetrical Short Haircut for Curly Hair 2015

Cute Asymmetrical Short Haircuts for Curly Hair 2015

11. Stylish Short Bob for Curly Hair

Stylish Short Haircuts for Curly Hair 2015

12. Super Short Haircut for Curly Hair

Super Short Haircuts for Curly Hair 2015

13. Short Punky Hair for Curly Hair 2015

Short Punky Hairstyles for Curly Hair 2015

14. Short Nice Haircut for Curly Hair

Short Nice Haircuts for Curly Hair 2014-2015

15. Short Haircut for Naturally Curly Hair 2015

Short Hair for Naturally Curly Hair 2015

16. Short to Medium Haircut for Curly Hair

Short to Medium Haircuts for Curly Hair 2014 2015

17. Short Trendy Haircut for Curly Blonde Hair

Short Trendy Haircuts for Curly Blonde Hair 2014 2015

18. Short Haircut for Curly Hair Girls 2015

Short Hair for Curly Hair Girls 2015

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19. Oval Face Short Haircuts for Curly Hair

Oval Face Short Haircuts for Curly Hair 2014-2015

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20. Stacked Bob Haircut for Curly Hair

Stacked Bob Short Haircuts for Curly Hair

21. Short Haircut for Curly Weave Hair

Short Haircuts for Curly Weave Hair 2015

22. Casual Short Haircut for Curly Hair

Casual Short Haircuts for Curly Hair 2015

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Find latest most popular medium length curly hairstyles for women here! A good haircut allows for many choices in style-everything from flirty and fun, pretty and romantic to sleek and professional. There is a style to fit any mood or occasion.

Begin with clean towel-dried hair and apply a holding product, such as gel or mousse. Comb through to ends to distribute product evenly. Put side part in where you desire.

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To achieve defined curls like the ones pictured above, use medium barrel curling iron to get “spring curls”, working in one-inch square sections-start at one end of iron and wrap to the other end. Release hair strand from curling iron carefully, so as not to pull the fresh curl out. Repeat until curls cover entire head, wrap curls in the direction you want style to go i.e. first two sections closest to face directed toward face to frame it, bang directed down and toward face. Apply maximum hold hair spray and allow to dry completely. Once hair spray has dried begin running a pick carefully through each individual curl making sure each curl returns to its original shape-fluff and place each curl where you think it looks best and spray with hair spray to finish. Another pretty look for this style-is to carefully comb out each individual curl and lightly backcomb-taking care when backcombing, to do so in direction hair strand is to lie. Use small metal or plastic pick to lift hair ends into place around face etc. This produces a romantic, fluffy profusion of curls.

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To achieve loose curls and waves with bang, as pictured above-use large barrel curling iron, applying all over curl as above. However, for this style- pick hair out with a wide-tooth pick and/or pull curl out with a comb. “Bump up” bangs with large barrel iron as well and comb out-leaving bang straight. Spray all.

To achieve a more sleek curl, such as in the last picture above, after making side part-using a medium or large barrel curling iron make curls in the direction you want your style to go. Roll curls down in sections on either side of part, sides are rolled toward back of head, back can either be rolled down or in toward center of head. Direct bang under, toward face, as well as the next inch section below it. Spray all of curls with medium to extra hold hairspray. Allow to dry completely and brush hair out-being careful not to pull curl completely out of hair. Fluff and backcomb (tease) in direction, you want hair to lie if necessary.

All the above photos are basically the same cut, and look at all the different styles! Everything from daytime- office into evening and casual-chic is here.

All these styles with the exception of Dolly Parton’s (center) are achieved with a large barrel curling iron. Bump-Up from crown to about midway down hair strand to give lift and volume to style-then add more curl to ends, some more than others, depending on the look you are trying to get (as seen in pictures) the tighter the curl, the fuller the appearance of the hairstyle. Always wrap curl in the direction you want to hair to go. When it is time to brush out curl, always remember not to pull to the point of removing curl. Backcombing may need to be applied as in Reba McEntyre’s style-to provide a bit of lift at root and volume in overall style.

To get Dolly’s look-use a medium barrel curling iron and direct crown diagonally to right from side part, direct down from other side of part. Direct hair strands around face in toward face, along with bang. Direct sides of hair to back, and then direct the back of hair to the center of head. When all curls are in place, spray with medium to extra hold hairspray. Once hairspray is dry, backcomb each individual curl carefully and fluff with fingers-pulling sections into place and spraying with finishing spray. Pull part out of crown by tousling hair with fingers and holding each strand up off of scalp and spraying- hold in place till dry.

Put finishing touch on any of these styles with your favorite hair jewelry and enjoy!

And here are more pictures of the latest popular medium length curly hairstyles:

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Well, if you don’t love these shoulder length wavy/curly hairstyles, how about the medium length straight hair styles? Here we have collected some popular medium straight hair styles for you to choose from.

Popular Layered Medium Hairstyles
2013 Medium Straight Hairstyles for Women
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Medium Length Hairstyle with Bangs
Cute Medium Length Hairstyle: Medium Straight Hair Style
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Shoulder Length Straight Hairstyle with Blunt Bangs

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Zendaya’s Poised Curls

We already know that when Law Roach and Zendaya get together, it's a match made in heaven. Not a single curl is out of place in these perfect ringlets that look like they were curled by angels.

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Whitney Peak’s History Inspired Afro

Hairstylist Naeemah Lafond used amika to create this full-bodied Afro. Lanfond chose this look for its geometric and carefree shape.

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Sandra Oh's Caramel Highlights

Just in time for fall, a caramel (or dare I say, a gingery pumpkin) color lightly applied throughout makes for seasonally perfect hair. And again, highlights in curly hair are a nonstop illusion of swirling colors.

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Doja Cat’s Matching Highlights

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Keke Palmer’s Supreme Brushing

We already knew she was a star, but this brushed-out hair is giving us major diva vibes in a Diana Ross way. Avoid frizz when brushing your curls with the Innate Life Rose Hair Elixir.

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Yara Shahidi’s Josephine Baker Homage

Fesa Nu crafted this black cap that is lined with intricate braids to give the illusion of the style. Underneath the cap is Yara's natural hair, collected on the shoulders in large ringlets that perfectly balance history and modernity.

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Debby Ryan’s Ombré Shag

First of all, can we make some noise for this stunning dark root to blonde color? The loose curls and shaggy cut make it so that if you do skip a root touch-up, you can’t even tell.

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Indya Moore's Effortless Curls

The Pose star is currently bald (and still looking just as amazing), but we can't help but love the doll-like ringlets framing Indya's face. It looks like each strand was individually curled to create the voluminous style.

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Sophia Roe's Ringlet Bob

If you're thinking about cutting your hair short, do it! And get bangs while you're at it. This year's Met Gala chef created a vegan dinner for everyone and absolutely killed the red carpet like that was also her job.

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Simone Biles' Sleek Pony

Shine bright like a diamond—or as bright as Simone Biles, it'll be stronger! The perfectly straight hair slicked on Biles' head that then transforms into a large, curly ponytail is worthy of a gold medal or two.

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Andie MacDowell’s Graying Curls

Gray hair happens, it's a part of living, and damn, does Andie know how to make it look good! Oh, and if you're already embracing your grays, don't forget to stock up on purple/silver shampoo to keep your grays shining proudly.

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Nicole Bryer's Multi-Style Afro

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Viola Davis' Curly Faux Hawk

Can we make curly faux-hawks more of a thing, please? All I'm saying is, if it's good enough for Viola Davis, it's good enough for us.

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Tracee Ellis Ross' Sleek Pulled-Back Curls

Tracee Ellis Ross is known for her signature curly 'fro, and let's face it: We don't think she's ever had a bad hair day. Here, the actress and beauty entrepreneur switches things up and lets her makeup and accessories take center stage with this sleek take on a glossy wet look.

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Angela Bassett's Voluminous Curls

Angela Bassett makes the case for big hair with her brushed-out, chocolate brown kinks and curls.

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Bella Hadid's Curly Top Knot

Give your slicked updo a bit of personality by accentuating your ends with ringlet curls. To recreate this look, use a medium barrel curling iron or wand to curl your loose strands before pinning the ringlets into a voluminous topknot.

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Blake Lively's Fluffy Blonde Curls

It's clear that Blake Lively's curls never disappoint. Mimic this bombshell 'do by wand curling your strands and fluffing out the curls to create your desired volume.

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Issa Rae's Flat Twist to Curly 'Do

Pull your curls out of your face as Issa Rae has by creating flat twists at the crown of your head then letting your voluminous curls shine through from the back.

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Rihanna's Shiny Wet Lob

Reach for your favorite mousse and proceed to recreate Badgalriri's glossy, center-parted chin-grazing lob.

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Rita Ora's Effortless Updo

Rita Ora shows us how to rock untamed curls in an easy updo. Recreate this tousled style by gathering your curls on top of your head and letting a few loose ends hang free along the front and nape of your neck.

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Tamera Mowry's Curly Updo

Pair your curly bangs with a high pony of cascading curls à la Tamera Mowry.

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Taraji P. Henson's Asymmetric Bob

Taraji P. Henson is the queen of cropped styles. Try this curly ear-length iteration of a bob with a sharp side part for a captivating look this season.

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Zendaya's Finger Waves

Take a page from Roaring Twenties style and mold your curls into uniform finger waves like Zendaya has.

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Yara Shahidi's Blunt Curly Bob

Go for a sharp and shapely blunt cut, then do like Yara Shahidi and add eye-grazing curly bangs.

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Ciara's Tousled Curly Bun

Embracing imperfection is key when it comes to recreating Ciara's effortless curly bun. For additional drama, accessorize with a bedazzled headband.

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Joan Smalls' Waterfall Curls

Trade in the long bone-straight strands that you're used to for a mid-back cascading curled look like Joan Smalls.

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Melina Matsouka's Curly Bangs

Let this stunning image of Melina Matsouka's tousled curls serve as inspo to try bangs. They're short, shapely, and gorgeous.

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Tessa Thompson's Architectural Lewk

It's 2020 and you might as well take the futuristic route by rocking Thompson's graphic curly 'do. Just imagine all the fire this head-turning style will give you.

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Tracee Ellis Ross's Curly Bangs

ICYMI: curly bangs are in. Here, Ross shows just how gorgeous face-framing tendrils truly are.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's Soft Spirals

Beautify a simple, pulled-back style with softly curled ends like Huntington-Whiteley. This style is peak glamour.

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Tina Kunakey's Glorious Head of Hair

Can you even deal with all of Kunakey's beauty? If this photo doesn't make you want to rock the hell out of your curls, I don't know what will.

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Ella Mai's Larger-Than-Life Ponytail

A tried-and-true way to escalate a slick-backed style quickly? A highly-textured ponytail my friend. Trick out your low pony with lots and lots of textured volume if you don't mind bringing the drama.

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Gabrielle Union's Shoulder-Grazing Style

Union is evidence that a side-part and two bedazzled bobby pins is a curl recipe for the perfect red carpet look.

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Zazie Beetz's Afro Puff

We need more Afro puffs on the runway. I repeat: we need more Afro puffs on the runway. This natural style looks so stunning on Beetz and is breaking down the limiting beauty barriers of what Hollywood used to look like.

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Ciara's Crimped Curls

Ciara made middle school crimps look cute again, but you can too. With this particular style, the more hair the merrier. Also, adding a few highlights will elevate the overall vibe.

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Charlize Theron's Classic Curls

Remember when Theron sat front row at at Christian Dior's 60th Anniversary show wearing romantic, wavy curls and a smoldering smoky eye? Same.

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Yara Shahidi's Baby Hair

The accentuated baby hair, center part, tight coils = everything. To style your baby hair, use a rattail comb and Hick's Edge Pomade ($14) for a long-lasting hold.

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Rosario Dawson's Tapered CurlHawk

Don't let a cool girl curly cut like this scare you away. Dawson proves a shaven side will take your curls to the next level.

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Shay Mitchell's '70s Disco Curls

If the 1970's is your favorite era, take your hair back in time with tightly textured curls and channel a disco queen like Mitchell.

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Ruth Negga's Cropped Curls

Textured curls work well with close-cropped cuts, too. Negga's small spiral curls add personality to her short style.

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Amanda Seyfried's Crown of Curls

Regal curls, coming right up. Seyfried's brushed-out ringlets are equal parts wavy and defined. To mimic the look, use a medium-size barrel curling iron for definition, then use your fingers to separate each strand. Finish the look off with a paddle brush.

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Nathalie Emmanuel's Side-Swept Curls

An easy way to add dimension and volume to your curls is by choosing your "best side" then having your hair follow suit. The trick is in the texture, which does not at all need to look uniform. So, use bobby pins for a loose but steady hold.

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Issa Rae's Half-Slicked Half Up

Rae's perfect sphere of kinky curls keeps her slicked-back ponytail from feeling too stiff or severe.

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Jourdan Dunn's '70s-Inspired Curls

Big, voluminous, and straight-up glorious, Dunn's thick, shoulder-skimming curls are a thing of disco dreams (but without the teased and hairsprayed nightmare).

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Lupita Nyong'o's Twisted Ponytail

Part ponytail and part topknot, Nyong'o's 'do is a curly sculpture. We'd suggest recreating this look at home, but unless you can finagle some sliver wrap and a zillion bobby-pins and combs, we'll leave this to the inspo boards, instead.

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Zendaya's Shag-Inspired Bangs

It's hard to compete with a sparkly rhinestone suit, but the messy bangs and full curls easily hold their own.

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Janelle Monáe's Curly Pineapple

No one does hair accessories better than Janelle Monáe, and we're hooked on the cascade of tight curls spilling out from her hat.

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Jessica Alba's Pinned-Back Layers

If you're too busy to be bothered with anything hovering in your peripheral vision, sweep and pin your bangs straight back, and curl your shortest layers back to keep the rest of your hair away from your face.

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Riley Keough's Auburn Color

Striking without looking cartoon-ish, Keough's fiery red color is anything but boring.

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Serena Williams' Diffused Curls

A healthy amount of long layers keeps this look from feeling too heavy, while a good diffuser adds definition to her long curls.

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Jaime King's Long, Blunt bangs

The bouncy medium curls are par for the course, but the long, slightly shiny, wet-look bangs are something to experiment with when you're out of dry shampoo.

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Jourdan Dunn's Pulled-Back Style

The Jourdan Dunn version of "business in front, party in the back": a sleek crown and brushed-out curls at the back.

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Jess Glynne's Curly Lob

Further proof that the lob works in every iteration, even with thick, brushed-out curls.

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Ella Eyre's Two-Tone Curls

Growing out dark roots isn't as scary as it looks. Case in point: these two-tone spirals swept up in an Ariana Grande-esque high ponytail.

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Kate Hudson's Romantic Updo

Throwback to Kate Hudson in her Almost Famous days, wearing her hair in buoyant spirals that are pinned back in an updo. Prospective brides, take note.

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Kiersey Clemons' Disco Hair

Taking volume to new heights, Clemons channels disco darlings like Diana Ross with this gorgeous teased-out style.

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Madonna's Screen Siren Style

A large-barrel curling iron is all you need to pull off Madonna's va-va-voom moment seen here (and don't forget to curl away from the face for that angular flick by her eyes).

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Thandie Newton's Symmetry

With this Mozart-era volume, the middle part is crucial for keeping Newton's more-is-more curls out of her line of sight.

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Debra Messing's Scrunchy Waves

If you don't have naturally curly hair like Messing's, spritz liberally with sea salt spray and scrunch it up (or sleep on half-wet braided hair) for this flowing, bedhead effect.

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Solange's Braid Out

For Solange's nebulous curls, braid wet hair and let it dry overnight. Undo in the morning and style as desired. And don't forget to #embracethefrizz.

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Penelope Cruz's Understated Curls

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30 Easy On-the-Go Hairstyles for Naturally Curly Hair

Curly hair is a blessing, but it's not always easy to manage. Once you've mastered what works for your curls, it can be tempting to stick to one or two basic styles—but you certainly don't have to. Need proof? Just take a cue from each of the looks below. Each of these red-carpet-worthy styles is easy to replicate.

Curious to see which celebrities and influencers have inspired us with their effortless 'dos for curly hair? We've found you a wide variety of looks to choose from and chatted with hair experts Philip Downing and Kali Ferrara to get their tips on how to achieve them.

Keep scrolling to check out 30 easy curly hairstyles to do on the go.

Meet the Expert

  • Philip Downing is an expert stylist and creative and education director for TIGI.
  • Kali Ferrera is a hairstylist and colorist at The Salon Project in New York City.

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Romantic Updo

This updo looks romantic, but it's quite simple. Even better—it requires zero heat styling. " I love to see a loose and carefree style to naturally curly hair, so the hair still moves and has personality," says Downing.

  • After letting hair air-dry and applying a curl-defining cream of your choosing, gather hair into a ponytail halfway between the nape and crown of the head.
  • Wind the ponytail around the base of the hair tie to form the bun.
  • Use three to four bobby pins to secure into place before misting with hair spray to lock everything in. (Don't worry about the hairline—flyaways make the look more relaxed, i.e., romantic).

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Sky-High Pony

According to Downing, taking inspiration from the '90s for updos is trendy. The beauty of this hairstyle is how easily you can dress it up or down depending on the event. Pair it with a bright lip and some overalls for a funky, casual look. Or go the evening route with a clean cat eye and an LBD. Either way, the style takes about three minutes to execute.

  • Tease the hair if you need to create more lift and volume at the crown. "Teasing the hair to intentionally give that ‘Bed Head’ feeling is what really progresses the updo," says Downing.
  • Gather your hair into an ultra-high ponytail at the crown of your head and secure it with an elastic.
  • Stick two or three vertical bobby pins on the underside of the ponytail to keep the elastic lifted.
  • To keep your curls nice and bouncy, enhance the ends with a curl-defining cream.

You can also prep damp curls with a curl-defining cream if you plan to wash it before styling.

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One-Minute Side Braid

Don't be fooled by how pretty this half-back hairstyle is. It takes 60 seconds.

  • If you're starting with freshly washed hair, grab a curl-enhancing wave spray, scrunch through damp hair, and then let air dry.
  • Part your hair naturally. Then grab a small section of hair on just one side of your head and begin braiding back toward the crown of your head.
  • Once you've gotten to the back of your head, pin the section of hair to secure the style before pulling top layers of your hair over it, so the pins are camouflaged by your curly hair. Voilà! You've got a model-worthy hairstyle à la Chanel Iman.

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Sleek Updo

This effortless style perfectly suits a summer party or festival. (Plus, your bone structure will really shine). To make it even funkier, secure with chic, elevated scrunchie like Lupita Nyong'o did on the red carpet.

  • Start by brushing your hair to ensure a smoother texture. Like with look #2, you can tease the crown to create a lift.
  • Brush up into a high ponytail and secure with an elastic.
  • Divide the ponytail in half and twist those two sections into a thick, messy twist.
  • Use bobby pins to secure the bun to your head and adjust the shape and size. Add the scrunchie and wrap it around the bun until it's secure.
  • Smooth down any flyaways with styling gel. Mist all over with an oil like Bumble and bumble Invisible Oil UV Protective Dry Oil Finishing Spray ($34) for shine.

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Messy Half-Bun

Half-buns somehow look good on every hair texture and length, which is probably why the look isn't going anywhere. To get the look, follow Ferrara's advice:

  • "Gently gather the hair curl by curl starting from the center top of the head down to where both ears are, to the center of the head just below the crown."
  • "Make sure to keep an eye on the silhouette to keep it balanced from side to side and to avoid having uneven bumps throughout."
  • Don't worry about keeping it too neat, and "make sure to have no hard lines or partings when pulling the hair back to keep the look looking messy and effortless."
  • Twist the ponytail around itself and then coil it toward the base until you have your bun. Ferrara suggests using a clip or barrette to secure. "A hair tie or scrunchie would work to fasten the hair, but it could cause the style to lose its messy or looser look."

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Low Bun With Braids

Here's a genius hairstyle that's especially great for those with curly hair and natural texture. Actor Yara Shahidi epitomizes this look beautifully.

  • Start with braiding your entire head of hair. This style makes use of cornrows, which may require a salon trip if you're not an advanced braider.
  • Next, pull braids into a low ponytail or bun, leaving a few out before securing.
  • Wrap the left-out braids around the base of the bun.
  • Lock it in with a couple of bobby pins.

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Headband

We're consistently inspired by Ruth Negga's minimalistic approach to gorgeous curly hair. Here, she proves you don't necessarily need a lot of length to elevate your look.

  • Let your hair air-dry before prepping it with a curl-defining cream. Moroccanoil's Curl Defining Cream ($34) is a well-loved favorite and also happens to smell amazing.
  • Now all you have to do is add a headband of your choosing! (We love the subtle camouflaged vibe of Negga's.)

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French Twist

Despite appearances, it doesn't get much easier than Zendaya's eye-catching French twist. This style is great, as it works better with unwashed hair. The rules stay the same regardless of texture—be it curly and thick or straight and fine.

  • Apply a dry shampoo (Like Bumble and bumble's Prêt-à-Powder, $28) throughout the hair—especially at the root to maximize volume and body.
  • Then rake strands back into a mid-height ponytail, stuffing it into a French twist. Secure with three large hairpins at the top, middle, and base of the twist.
  • Use your fingers to deconstruct the look a bit, tousling some flyaways and tendrils at the nape of the neck and around the hairline. Leave as is or finish with a spritz of flexible-hold hair spray. (We like Bumble and bumble's Spray de Mode Flexible Hold Hairspray, $32.)

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The Classic Slick-Back

Surprise: A sultry slick-back doesn't require slippery straight locks. We think the look is even better paired with curly hair and natural texture. We're inspired by Shay Mitchell's approach, as it's the quintessential style when you're looking for a hit of glamour sans the fuss. Plus, it couldn't be easier.

  • Let hair dry, and then grab a high-quality boar bristle brush. (Mason Pearson's Handy Boar Bristle Brush, $275, is the ultimate choice.)
  • Work a styling gel through strands and simply brush back to smooth and slick back curly hair.

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Faux Bangs

Long curly hair gives you the unique opportunity to fake a fringe. This tutorial by hairstylist Irinel de Leon shows you how to get the look:

  • Pull your hair up into a high ponytail, securing it with a non-damaging hair tie.
  • Bring most of the hair from the ponytail forward so that it drapes across your forehead.
  • Roll up a silk scarf or bandana and tie it around your head so that the knot is in front. This bi-sects the hair, intensifying the pseudo-bang effect.
  • Use your fingers to adjust any stray pieces, misting the hair with water in areas that need reviving.

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Wide-Brimmed Hat

Tucking your curls under a hat like Janelle Monáe does here may seem like an easy fix on bad hair days, but be careful. "Hats are so tough when it comes to curly hair because you feel like you have to fully commit to one to shade your eyes or keep your head warm," says Ferrara.

  • "For a summertime look at the beach, pool, or golf course, visors are back in style and can shade the eyes but not squish the hair. There are some cute ones out there."
  • "For the winter, a warm hat like a beret is a great option to keep your curls from getting squished like it typically would underneath a beanie."
  • A wide-brimmed hat that sits more lightly on top of the head and doesn't flatten your curls too much is another stylish option.

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Banded Ponytail

The banded ponytail is a cute style for natural curls. Follow this tutorial from Laulanne Cecilia:

  • Start with completely dry, clean hair.
  • Apply a little bit of gel around the crown of the head, brushing it through.
  • Comb the top half of your hair back into a high ponytail, leaving the rest down for now.
  • Then create a second ponytail lower down on the scalp, attaching it to the first one.
  • Repeat this one more time until you have three linked ponytails connected by a bubble of hair.
  • Continue adding elastics to the bottom of the ponytail every few inches until you reach the end.
  • Fluff out the bubbles between bands to create volume.

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Sleek Pouf

In a pinch, Logan Browning's pouf is a super easy up 'do to recreate for formal or casual occasions. Take Downing's advice for copying the look:

  • "Work with a smoothing oil such as TIGI Copyright Lustre Oil ($18)," says Downing. He says to distribute the product from roots to mid-lengths.
  • Then, "with a soft brush, gather all the hair from roots to your opposite hand positioned at the high crown."
  • "Neatly gather the hair to this point, secure with a hair tie, then visually dress the bun and pin back onto itself," says Downing. Touch it up using your fingers to make sure the hair lays the way you want it to.
  • Finally, "secure with Bed Head by TIGI Masterpiece Extra Strong Hold Hairspray ($20)."

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Top Knot

A messy half-up/half-down top knot hinges on choosing the right chunky scrunchie. Follow the instructions for #5, using a more statement-making hair tie and a generous coat of texturizer like the Ouai Dry Texture Foam ($28).

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Oversized Barrettes

Romantic waves with a dramatic side part is a look that never fails. Follow Ferrera's tip:

  • "For curly hair, use your natural texture to your advantage," says Ferrera. "Use a curling iron or wand to enhance parts that may have fallen flat, flip over and spray with flexible hairspray for some added volume."
  • Adding more flexible hold hairspray, "use a boar bristle brush to lightly brush out the curls."
  • "On the shallow side of the part, you can fasten the hair behind your ear with pins or a comb with some sort of embellishment."

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Frizzy Half-Up/Half-Down

Brush out your curls before pulling them back into a half-up/half-down using the steps from #5 for a trendy frizzed-out look.

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Dainty Headband

A dainty headband a la Julia Garner is the perfect match for a flirty, curly bob. Similar to look #7, this is mostly about taking care of your cut. Follow Ferrara's tips for taking care of chin-length curls:

  • First, get the right haircut. "Layers are important for the curl pattern to form, whether you want more of a shag (short layers) or a bob (long layers)," Ferrara says. " A one-length style will not well work for this length because the silhouette often turns out looking like a triangle on your head."
  • "To style these looks, it all depends on if you love to embrace your volume or if you want to have it more streamlined."
  • "Apply product all over the hair that has been only wrung out from the shower (to get better slippage for the product to be distributed)."
  • "To get more volume, a curl mousse, light hold gel, or cream are best (I like the Oribe Curl Mousse, $39, or the Vicious Curl Curl Cream, $22), to have more controlled and polished curls, a gel is best (I like the Oribe Curl Gelee, $44)."

"A good stylist that knows your hair type will know what your hair needs and can do, and it is important to know and understand that with curly hair, there is no one-size-fits-all haircut," says Ferrara.

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Double Buns

Space buns are very simple, with a Downing-approved '90s vibe that is both trendy and timeless. To get the look, follow his advice:

  • "Product is key, and using the appropriate styling & finishing products will the give the best texture to the curls." First, apply Bed Head by TIGI’s Back it Up Texturizing Cream ($18) to wet hair.
  • Next, dry your hair using your preferred method. "When drying, the trick is to try and achieve as much volume and texture as possible. This will help with the longevity and support of the buns."
  • Part your hair. Downing suggests either a center part or zig-zag.
  • "Visually check in the mirror for bun placement and balance," which will depend on your face shape and structure.
  • Once you've decided on placement, create the buns by "gathering all the hair to the specific point of the head shape, tie with a hairband, if needed tease and backcomb for further volume/texture."
  • "Then spray Bed Head by TIGI Headrush Superfine Shine Spray ($18) and tease out to give a more natural feel."

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Sleek High Ponytail

If you have long hair, you can get this chic high pony following this tutorial from influencer Joyjah Estrada:

  • Start with cleansed and dried curls. Using a spray bottle, mist a little water throughout to make the hair easier to work with.
  • Apply a leave-in conditioner like Kiss Colors & Care Argan & Macadamia Leave-In Conditioner ($10).
  • Brush your hair back into a high ponytail at the back of the head, secure with an elastic, and add some gel to control flyaways.
  • Add some hairspray for a bit of oomph and volume.

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Slicked-Back Pouf

Alicia Keys' slicked-back pouf is similar to the high pony from look #19; only it's not a ponytail. Slick back the hair at the crown of your head with gel, brush through, and leave the rest loose and curly. Affix with bobby pins to keep the style in place.

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Scarf Braid

Weave a scarf through your braid for an instant upgrade. Follow this Kristin Ess tutorial for best results (swipe right on the photo to see the video):

  • Take your scarf of choice, making sure that it's not too thick. Fold it in half and use an invisible hair elastic to create a small loop.
  • Start at the crown of the head, slipping a piece of hair through the loop and tightening the scarf to keep it in place.
  • Then, braid the hair along one side, incorporating the scarf as you would a third section of hair and working down the crown of the head.
  • Use the excess scarf to tie the rest of your hair into a low bun, winding the fabric around and leaving the ends dangling.
  • Secure with bobby pins to make sure the scarf stays in place.

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Bantu Knots

Bantu knots are an amazing protective style for natural hair. Not only is this style super chic, but it's also healthy for your curls. They look complicated, but Bantu knots are pretty easy to do at home with some practice.

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Mermaid Waves

Rumer Willis's soft mermaid waves pair beautifully with a gold crown. Follow Ferrara's advice for getting this look:

  • To begin, take stock of your hair texture. This will factor in when you decide how to approach these loose waves.
  • "If you have a smaller coil, then a blowout will have to come first and then a styling wand to get the looser mermaid waves."
  • "On wavy hair, let it air dry with a product of your choice (I like Oribe Matte Waves, $42), then pin up the strands and use the wand for more definition."

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Slicked Side Part

A little gel added to the part line creates an edgy structure to tightly spiraled curls, as seen on Game of Thrones star Nathalie Emmanuel.

  • Style as usual with your preferred products and drying methods, parting the hair to one side.
  • Take a flexible hold gel, like Ouidad Advanced Climate Control Heat & Humidity Gel ($26), and apply generously to the area on either side of the hair part and along the hairline.
  • Brush the gel through to distribute. You can also add a few bobby pins to further secure.
  • Style your edges if you wish.

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Finger Waves

Finger waves look amazing on any length of hair. They take a bit of patience, but the results are worth it. This tutorial by stylist Ted Gibson shows you how:

  • Using ample gel and a comb, create the S-shaped waves on damp hair.
  • Gently clip finger waves into place with metal salon clips.
  • Braid the rest of the hair to encourage a looser wave pattern.
  • Either air dry or use a blow dryer to speed up the process. Then, take down the braids and clips.

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Brushed Out

Take a page of Kelly Rowland's book and embrace a bit of sexy frizz by brushing out your curls.

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Sky High Ponytail

Joan Smalls' super high ponytail will probably require some extensions to get the full length. Follow the steps from #19, placing the hair at the crown of the head rather than the back.

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Vintage Scarf

Channel Betty Boop like Alia Shawkat with a fire engine red scarf—the perfect style for a short crop. Follow Ferrara's advice for styling a scarf with curly hair:

  • "Grab a square scarf, fold it diagonally, starting from the longer end of the triangle."
  • "Fold the scarf down into 1-1.5-inch folds until the point is the top layer."
  • "Put the part with the point at the nape of your neck and then tie it at about an inch from your hairline on top of your head."
  • For short hair like Shawkat's, you don't have to do much. If it's longer, "slick it back with a middle part, gather the ponytail, then place the scarf around it until the whole scarf is almost an extension of your hair, then twist as you would to make a bun and use a hair tie to fasten—your bun will look like the scarf!"

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Unraveled Braids

Unraveled braids like these seen on Tessa Thompson are a great option. A few things to keep in mind:

  • "The braids pictured are woven tightly from the scalp with the woman’s natural hair and includes human hair extensions," says Ferrara.
  • "When the braids are unraveled like this, it is usually a hair extension that has likely been treated by a relaxer to keep it as the texture you see pictured."
  • "To have an unraveled look like this, smaller braids are a must, depending on your hair texture as most hair won’t stay braided with one or two large braids."

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Pinned Back

Loose, romantic waves can be held off the face with artfully placed bobby pins, as Blake Lively demonstrates here. Using the same steps from #15, change up the placement of the barrettes to alter the look.

Sours: https://www.byrdie.com/9-easy-on-the-go-hairstyles-for-naturally-curly-hair-5114700

2015 length hairstyles curly medium

When the colder weather starts to lend itself to warmer springtime evenings, high schoolers everywhere take on the talk of that big dance.  As warmer months start approaching, you'll see girls flocking to stores to find their perfect dress while the guys make plans to make their dates smile.  Of course, you don't want to forget about finding the perfect prom hairstyles for you and your posse.

This year, prom hairstyles will run the gamut of color and shape, size and texture.  Here are just a few of our many favorite fashion selections for the upcoming dance days:

  1. Glam Headbands.  Although headbands may not count as prom hairstyles, they make a big statement to even the simplest of 'dos.  Choose one with sequins or rhinestones to up the sparkle effect, or go with a classic black.  Headbands can be worked into styles for girls with short, medium, or long hair, so find one that strikes your fancy, then let a stylist work his or her magic.
  2. Short-Haired Updo.  Updos aren't just for girls with long locks.  If you're sporting a shorter-to-shoulder-length set of strands, do not despair.  Go with a look like the one Brittany Snow sports on the Red Carpet.
  3. Messy Tresses.  If you have hair to spare, think about doing a messy updo.  When done right, a distressed look can look classy and beautiful.  Messy tresses are a great option for gals with long and wavy or curly hair because there's no need for stressing about straightening.
  4. One-Sided Wonder.  Looking for a way to keep your hair down but still look Hollywood glam?  One-sided styles combine the beauty of stunning curls with the classic look of an updo.  This look can work for women with all hair types.
  5. Braided Beauty.  Braids aren't just for keeping your hair out of your face anymore.  With these elegant braid options, you can add certain elegance and create outstanding style.
  6. Romantic Ringlets.  Wanting to wear your hair down but still showcase style and grace.  Romantic ringlets work well with medium-length hair.  Use some strategically placed decorative bobby pins to finish the look, or just let it hang naturally to frame your pretty face.
  7. Vintage Advantage.  Trends come and go, and come again.  Beautiful beehives and well-crafted post-war waves are making a huge comeback, and they're among our favorite prom hairstyles.
  8. Sleek Short Hair.  If you've got short hair, don't think you're options are limited.  Sleek short hair makes a stunning statement.  Add some volume to your crown or frame your face with finger curls to up the impact.
  9. Last Minute Locks.  If you're approaching the big dance day, and you're still undecided, take a look at these last minute locks.  Lots of long, loose curls are gorgeous and easy to do.
  10. Celebrity Styles.  Nobody knows great hair better than the gals that hit the Red Carpet!

Need help choosing from your favorite prom hairstyles?  Schedule an appointment with one of our Shaggin Salon experts, and let us create your perfect prom hair!

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Looking for an amazing, new medium wavy hairstyle for every-day wear or a special event? Read about the new trends in medium wavy hairstyles here and then browse our fabulous Inspiration Gallery below!
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Wavy Hair for Medium Length Hair
Top trends

All types of wavy hairstyles are a top trend this year, so depending on your personal style and the season, there are tons to choose from! And the versatility of medium wavy hairstyles makes them one of the hair-world’s favourite haircuts.

Medium length hair can range from chin-length to just touching the shoulders, meaning a wavy style can be worn down, half up half down or easily pinned up for a special occasion.

Layered wavy hairstyles

Most medium wavy hairstyles must have layers to fit in with the contemporary look and layers are great for thick and thin hair. On thick hair, layering can remove some of the bulk, especially at the tips and produce a more face-flattering shape.

If your hair has some natural wave, layers with textured tips will accentuate the movement and help to define your waves.

And on fine or thin hair, layers will add extra texture and make it easier to produce attractive wavy volume.

Tousled waves

Messy styles have given way to a less untidy, but still casual and tousled look for relaxed elegance or Boho waves. Beach waves are great for a day spent mostly out-of-doors, from watching a sporting event, going swimming or attending a barbecue party!

If your hair is naturally fine and straight, think about getting a light perm which will give you fabulous beach-waves that require little or no special styling.

The hottest medium wavy hairstyles are fairly natural, but that doesn’t mean you can’t go for retro-Hollywood glamour for a special event. These are very deep waves, smoothed into place with a flat paddle brush to make the waves sleek and glossy.

Side-swept medium wavy hairstyles

Asymmetry is still a big trend and side-swept medium wavy hairstyles are ultra-glamorous for an eye-catching evening look. This is a good trick to make fine hair look thicker as you sweep it all into one wavy section at the side of your face.

And to create a romantic look that accentuates your best features, make sure you have some face-framing waves next to your eyes, mouth or chin!

Highlighting adds style

Highlighting is essential for today’s multi-toned look, so consult your stylist about the shades that are best suited to your skin-tone and base colour!

So if you’re ready to discover some fabulously fresh looks, browse our up-to-the-minute Inspiration Gallery of sassy, sexy, natural and glamorous new medium wavy hairstyles!

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Medium Wavy Hairstyles: Soft Waves Hair
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Medium Wavy Hairstyle: Celebrities Haircuts for Waves Hair
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Medium Wavy Haircut: Brown Hair
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Medium Wavy Hairstyles: Messy Layers
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Medium Wavy Hairstyle: Summer Haircuts for Women Over 30- 40
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Medium Length Wavy Hairstyle for Fine Hair
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Medium Wavy Hair with Bangs
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Medium Length Wavy Hairstyle: Best Hair Color
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Medium Wavy Hairstyle: Feminine Soft Wavy Curly Long Bob
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Medium Wavy Hairstyle: Reese Whiterspoon Blonde Hair

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